SIMpull Thermostat Wire is a class 2 power-limited circuit cable for use in thermostat control applications. Learn More.
Strips easier, resists tearing, and reduces burn-through resulting in time labor and material savings. Learn More.
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Available in 2 to 14 gauge. Learn More.
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A: This is the wire that runs from your furnace / air handler to your thermostat location.
A: Yes but this is only 2 wires..you'd be better off with 18/5 so you can plug into each required jack (r1, y, c, etc.). Best to consult a local professional
A: This thermostat wire is very durable solid copper, and I used it for the thermostats on 2 free standings natural gas stoves for heating my basement. If your digital thermostat only requires two wires, then this will be perfect. Some furnace applications require four or more wires. Remove your old thermostat from the wall and see how many wires are Required.If your old thermostat was working you can reuse the old wire.
A: No, you should use whatever wiring you already have installed. Generally no new thermostat wiring is needed for a new wi fi thermostat. Unless none exists.
A: This product is recommended for heating and air conditioning controls and thermostats. Please contact our experts at CableTechSupport@southwire.com for assistance regarding if other uses are meeting requirements and codes.
A: Yes it will!
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